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Sep 3, 2012 3:37am PDT
are welcome. vice president marshall: director hicks, i am moved by a couple of datapoint. 102 last pending cases is a measure of your ability to clear cases, rather than getting more or less complaints. it looks as though there is another significant drop in the number of complaints we have gotten, year to date. 30 last year, and 90 two years ago. is that correct? >> it is correct the pending cases are attributable to investigators moving the cases, as well as the complaint filed continuing to drop. what happens is when investigators have an extremely high caseload, it is harder to close cases. or when crisis -- when cases are closed, they may be closed with not as thorough an investigation as they needed to get. vice president marshall: what assists me -- indulge me as the new commissioner. what assists me in addressing my concern, or my happiness -- if there are less complaints coming in, if the community knows that can go to occ -- it appears you are out in the community, and people are aware, and we are seeing a drop in compliance. my question would be what you attribute that t
Sep 17, 2012 4:30pm PDT
marshall: the president has nothing to report, because he is not here. commissioner kingsley: i went to the central district station program from 5:00 to 8:00. i arrived a little after 7:00. it was at the academy of arts. interesting venue. very hospitable. must have been a very efficient program, because they were already wrapping it up. i actually missed the highlights of it. but i understand the attendance was about 80. the folks were pleased with the turnout. that is all i have to report. commissioner chan: i also went to national night out. i went to the caravels station -- the taravel station , the park by the freeway. it is a community i do not go to very often, so it was great to go there. the turnout was really big. they have lots of food, a long line of families for the barbecue, and there was a jumping castle. there was a deejay. there was a basketball game. it was really lively. it was exciting to see a whole community out there, and very diverse. african american and asian were the predominant attendees. it was great to see. the chief already touched on this. i have bee
Sep 3, 2012 4:37am PDT
commendations, and i just received something that was signed off by chief suhr. vice president marshall: i guess that comes to -- >> yes, i am constrained by the time limits. we were given a limited time to sleep -- to speak. commissioner: what i am getting, from what i've seen and accommodations that i have read and the packet that we have, there are a number of combinations. -- of accommodations. you have 25 years? >> 25 years. commissioner: i want to be really clear with you that an officer that has served in the way that you have served for 25 years, who distinguished himself by making it to the ranks of the homicide division, too, until this body, and i can speak as a former prosecutor, that it is ok to wait six days when there is an open homicide case to serve a search warrant where there is evidence that could help solve that crime is really hard to figure out given your statement that you met concerns about the search warrant, so i would like to hear from you. i2 about whether you are really making that argument before the commission that it was ok in your experience, in your 25
Sep 17, 2012 5:30pm PDT
mercy. vice president marshall: 4 inspector lee? all right, thank you then. deliberations. thank you. >> for the record, you have a quorum. excuse me? we are ready when you are. are we on? >> chief? chief suhr: nothing to. -- no thank you. >> it says we are live. >> our screens are on. >> we are back in session. you have a quorum. >> john alden, for the department. >> inspector frank lee, representing myself. vice president marshall: the commission has deliberated. specification number 1 is sustained by a vote of 4-1. with regard to specification number two, the specification is not sustained, by a vote of 5- 0. with regard to specification number three, the specification is not sustained, by a vote of 5-0. with regard to specification number four, the specification is not sustained, by a vote of 5-0. with regard to specification number five, the specification is sustained, by a vote of 5-0. 1 and 5 are sustained. two, three, and four are not sustained. you wanted a moment to talk to the chief. i believe you asked that? we can stop for a moment and allow you to do that. >> please. th
Sep 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
standards, dr. marshall, gave a second opportunity which i believe was an unfair advantage, because i had already submitted my written closing argument. we were entitled to another five pages. hopefully, you guys have read through all of that. to go over in the search warrant -- this is an illegal search warrant to begin with. this is a student journalist that was best friends with a homicide victim. he was at the scene. he witnessed this person getting killed. he invoked the shield law in talking to me and my partner. two tenants of the unit insisted on doing a search warrant. i told them the only way we would get this thing was through voluntary cooperation. commissioner turman: you are arguing your case. i think i understand where you are going. i just wanted to make sure i have the procedural understanding. >> i still have a little bit of time left. i know i did not use my five minutes. i would like to cover the rest of it. vice president marshall: i do not want to to argue the case. how much time? >> 3 minutes and 16 seconds. he has a minute and 44. >> specifications 2, 3, and 4 deal
Sep 1, 2012 4:07am PDT
motion to dismiss for insufficient evidence. are we hearing that also? vice president marshall: i want to do these first. if there is nothing else, we will go into closed session and rule on these, and we will call >> commissioners chan, kin gsley, and turman. >> inspector frank lee, representing himself. >> the motion to request 13 additional investigative interviews is denied by a vote of 5-0. the second motion, to review and correct the hearing transcripts, is denied by a vote of 5-0. we just want to note that the commission has received the errata sheet. we will proceed to the next motion, the motion to dismiss for lack of evidence. you have five minutes, inspector lee. >> i submitted this motion to dismiss the charges, based on the fact that this case did not rise to the level of preponderance of evidence. that is one of the reasons why i submitted it. basically, this case stems from the fact that i had to fight to get into the homicide unit, and i complained publicly to the police commission, and made several appearances before the police commission, and complained about the
Aug 31, 2012 11:00pm EDT
appointments to the army was general george marshall. marshall found out very early what was like to deal with roosevelt very dominant personality he had been warned about how to handle fdr but in the early cabinet meeting where roosevelt presented a plan for enlarging the nascent air force at that period. marshall thought he was getting over to quickly and stood up and said no that's not the way to go. now marshall's, redds and farms formed him that this is a good way to get yourself assigned to the position and go on. [laughter] but, fdr regarded yes men as a diamond doesn't come in and he was a jury impressed by the way that general marshall stood up to him. general marshall in effect becomes roosevelt's oak tree the end of the war. now, everybody -- let me mention one other point of marshall because roosevelt had a conviction that he could seduce anybody with his charm. when he's dealing with george marshall he starts undressing him as george. the displeasure is evident on his face and thereafter throughout their association he's general marshall. everybody assumed that when the
Sep 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
other, brad, it's mind-boggling. i asked marshall last night we're going to do a package comparing you to ray rice, do you mind that? he sell, mind it? he's one of my favorite players in the game right now. that's a compliment. >> brad: he'll get the carry, slipped a bit, and then he's put down after a pickup of four. clock ticking under the nine-minute mark. ray rice, 13 rushes, eight catching, all in the first half. >> mike: kind of interesting that both ray rice and marshall faulk were coached by another running back with a similar style, who i used to love watching in philadelphia. there he is, wilbert montgomery. >> brad: play action, flacco, rolls to throw, an completes it. it's going to be a first down. jacoby jones a pickup of 11. they'll move the sticks. >> mike: that was all about jacoby jones coming back to the football, because there was good coverage on the edge. a veteran receiver coming all the way back. it's a deep comeback. look at him running away from patterson. joe flacco recognizes it. that play can't work unless he hustles his tailback. >> brad: short gain, un
Sep 6, 2012 10:00am PDT
>> as you all know, the german marshall fund vehicle very kind to provide us with this -- has been very kind to provided us with this opportunity to have four of their european experts in bicycle planning, bicycle implementation and bicycle programs and they are experts on all aspects of the bicycle. and here in san francisco, you know, we are at this point trying to after a hiatus of three years because of court-ordered injunctions trying to implement our bike plan. so we all a collective goal, i believe, to increase the environmental and nick sustainability of the world around us that we participate in and especially in san francisco, but we do have a special responsibility because this place provides us with the opportunity that most other places don't. the geometry and geography of san francisco is up that it is easier for us being in a city of short trips to veil ourselves to other alternatives to the car. so when we want to reclaim the street and the public right-of-way and the public realm for people and basic human needs of access to the humanities that urban environments p
Sep 28, 2012 1:00am EDT
marshall. she is out this month with a critical acclaim memoir called uts.other was no we are glad to have joined us. a conversation with penny marshall, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: i am pleased to welcome anmal rty back to this program. she has written a funny memoir about her life and career entitled "my mother was nouts." at herake up look back lifey in jail. >> it very, very good. -- about her life in film. >> there are no holes. thanks. ♪ >> are you crying? >> no. >> are you crying? are you crying? there is no crying. there is no crying in baseball. ♪ tavis: you look at one of the episodes of laverne and shirley, the bowling ball episode, and you knew that was the second episode. how d
Sep 30, 2012 12:00pm PDT
marshal, thurgood marshall and burton high school both of which have a number of students from the southeastern neighborhoods. in particular i want to do better, in particular i want to have a better understanding of how the school district tracks high school drop-out rates and how those at thurgood marshall and burton high school compare with other schools throughout the city. now, collectively we as a city and as a school district and more importantly as a community, we need to do better to ensure that the academic success of all of our students, particularly those coming from vulnerable communities who we see time and time again disproportionately struggling in our public schools. and i'm looking to the school board members to decrease that struggle. i'm hoping this hearing will yield a creative solutions and tangible steps that we can begin to take to subsequently address these challenges. i believe that these two hearing items share many common things and i look forward to the presentations today. thank you, mr. chair. >> thank you. thank you, supervisor cohen. and i was remis
Sep 14, 2012 2:00am PDT
letting me speak. >> thank you for coming. public comment is now closed on this item. dr. marshall. >> vice president marshall: i want to make a comment -- >> [inaudible] >> dr. marshall. >> vice president marshall: i don't know how it came about that it was misconstrued what was going to happen tonight but we will be clear exact -- i'm sorry, we will make every effort to be clear about what exactly is agendized next time we have a report by the commission. because it was not -- it was misrepresented for some reason. we'll make every effort to be clear on what this process really happens the next time we have. because i understand the next time we have 60 days, we're going to have another one then. we will be very clear as to what happens -- what is going to happen that evening because apparently some of you were confused about you we'll do our best to make sure it's clear. >> excuse me, sir. you may not speak unless you're up to the podium and at the appropriate time. we're not allowed to engage the community unless they're in fact even during public comment we're not allowed to d
Sep 22, 2012 12:35am PDT
was nuts." she's one of the coolest humans on the face of the earth. penny marshall is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] she's always fun, always game for anything fun. and we have great music tonight. we have music featuring bobby womack with damon albarn and richard russell tonight. >> steve: whoa! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: combo platter of magic. >> steve: magic and good time. >> jimmy: yeah, a lot of magic and good times. hey guys, today's friday -- and that's -- [ cheers ] it's usually when i catch up with the personal stuff, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails. and of course i send out "thank you notes." and i was just wondering -- [ cheers ] running a bit behind, so i was wondering if you guys didn't mind if i write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. do you mind? is that cool with you? [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. honey boo boo, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? [ laughter ] ♪ >> steve: oh, no, we need some go go juice. >> jimmy: yeah. that used to be his nickname before the show came out. >> steve: i know. feels like
Sep 27, 2012 9:30pm PDT
at 67.2 for la tin owedx, 18.6% drop out and 14% still engaged. * latinoses at thurs owe good marshal and burton, those were pulled out, specific schools we want to shed light on statistics for, thurgood marshall 38% overall graduation rate, 5% still engaged with the school in some fashion. at burton 68, drop-out 22, still enrolled 9. for african-american state graduation rate of 62.8. the district pretty much on par with that rate. at marshall, you see it a bit, a few percentage points higher than that. and burton actually has been enjoying a bit of or a greater succession than the district average, 82.6%. but still with the 17.4 drop-out rate. so, here you see sort of a comparison from 09-10 to 10-11. so you can see there how that graduation rate has improved in a one-year difference there in our state from 74 to 76% and the district from 77 to 82%, which is a 5% improvement at burton from 78% to 78.9, just slight increase, but at marshall, 75.6 has increased to a 77.8% graduation rate. so, since we're talking graduation, it's hard to separate that from the actual requirement. so, t
Sep 23, 2012 11:00pm PDT
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Sep 28, 2012 11:00pm EDT
suspect anthony taglioneti. >> federal marshal on the top of him. >> reporter: investigators say they spotted him in the car while on patrol. d don. >> out of the vehicle and on the ground. >> reporter: what was your reaction seeing that in your nay w boar hood? >> it was something. >> reporter: he's smt suspected murder of keith reed. law enforcement believes it may have been a love triangle. >> i don't know. the guy lost it. >> just before his capture this evening, the u.s. marshal service warned that he had firearms and training 234 t ini marines. >> will you ever forget today? >> no. . >> reporter: why not? >> it was exciting. >> reporter: well, a lot of folks tell me that they will never forget today. as for antny ta grksz lionetti, they will eventually turn him over to new york law offers. n >> police are on the hunt for this man. it happened in silver spring this afternoon. the man grabbed the boy outside claiming to be a police officer. a mcdonalds security officer jumped in. >>> a student faces charges in a fight at a football game. richards is still hospitalized tonight. ton
Sep 11, 2012 12:00pm EDT
degrees at b.w.i. thurgood marshall, warmed up quite a bit from our low this morning of 51. we expect it to maintain that even as we get into the afternoon. a lot of sunshine as we get into the afternoon hours. we will still be in the mid-70's as we get towards the evening hours. expect a lot of clear skies to the next several days. we will have details in a few minutes. >> coming up, a woman becomes the victim of arson, and baltimore city charges >> a baltimore woman remains homeless today after losing her house to arson. thef that isn't bad enough, city is billing hurt thousands for demolishing her house. >> i am going to stand my ground. i own this land, i am a taxpayer, and i'm a united states citizen. >> when she doesn't stay with family or friends, she calls this camp home. >> it is not the best of comforts, but i don't want to be a burden on other people. >> in february 2011, someone set fire to her home. the city tore down her house and sent her a bill. >> i watched my life go up in flames. >> tonight at 11:00, what the city says about demolishing the home she lived in for years.
Sep 9, 2012 12:15am EDT
, dulles; 35, bwi-thurgood marshal. martinsburg, 52 miles an hour wind gusts, fort belvoir, 49 and 39 at the air base. and the wins are strong across the region and highs in the 90s, upper 80s and some unstable air mass and that is some cooler air. 68 at reagan national airport; 63, gaithersburg and hagerstown and to fredericksburg at this hour. the mid-atlantic, and 67 in boston and 64 in new york and look at the 50s here. the temperatures a big drop. the northwesterly wind
Sep 27, 2012 7:00pm EDT
, these magentas right around marshall, that's hail. they've had hail in them all day. we have eyewitness reports of hail. we'll zoom into this storm just north of 50 pretty close to midburg around leetown and st. louis road. that's big time possibly damaging hail as this storm pulls off to the north and the east. we will come back, talk about when they'll clear our area and if they'll affect the ravens game. again severe thunderstorm watch until 11:00. >>> we've got more breaking news tonight at 7:00. the california man behind that anti-muslim film that sparked deadly protests all over the world has been arrested. nakoula basseley nakoula was picked up on a probation violation. in 2010 he was quicked of federal check fraud. he's been -- convicted of federal check fraud and he's been in hiding since his film the innocence of muslims sparked the violent protests. the film depicts muhammad as a womanizer, fraud and child molester. >>> the nfl regular refs are back. a tentative deal has been reached ending the lockout that started in june. that is especially good news for the ravens. they've
Sep 19, 2012 12:00pm PDT
firefighters. 46-year-old richard marshal. chp officer told me they are running blood tests on him. trying to figure out if he was understand the influence. the officer tells me marshal was placed under arrest for a short time so they could do the blood draw and release him back to the to the hospital. his pickup truck hit a tree and he had a trailer with the speed bet and that flu into the creek bed. he suffered a broken neck in the crash. we went to the ross valley fire department and were not able to get anyone who could talk with us on camera about the accident. >> the chp officer confirmed to me they did get early indications it may have been a dyou i crash. >> do -- dui crash. >> all i can say, there was a person at the scene who tee ticketed a slight owed tore of alcohol coming from the driver. by that time, the driver had been transported to marin county hospital. because we had reasonable suspicion, we placed him under arrest so we could get a blood sample from him. >> he remains in the hospital. he underwent surgery and the ross valley battalion chief was interest at the hospital vi
Sep 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
learned is that the u.s. marshals, they are stationed right now in shenandoah county, virginia, are expected to make an announcement about 42-year-old anthony taglianetti, who they've been searching for in connection with the homicide of keith reed jr. he is the school superintendent from clymer, new york, who was murdered, found shot to death at his home on monday. now, what we can tell you is the marshals are in shenandoah county, virginia, getting ready to issue a press release about this matter. and we can also tell you that a sharp-eyed news4 viewer who saw the story that we ran at 5:30 tonight, says she witnessed the suspect, anthony taglianetti, being arrested by what appeared to be u.s. marshals and shenandoah county sheriff's deputies in that area earlier this afternoon. we're not clear exactly at what time it is. so again, a lot of developments going on with this story. there appear to be some movement, some type of big break in the case. when we get that information, we will bring it to you as soon as possible. back to you. >> jackie bensen, thanks. >>> three sexual assau
Sep 19, 2012 2:05am EDT
, she does. >> worth sticking around for. >> penny marshall is here. she's going to tell us about her upbringing, what was crazy! her book is entitled "my mom was nuts." >> but so is she. it will be good. it's going to be really good. >> love her. love her. i want to personally thank everybody for your best wishes yesterday and for al and matt at the box office yesterday. >> i was surprised when they walked out with their tickets. >> i was blown away by that. i want to thank all our facebook fans, because your wishes mean the world to me. thanks, everybody. guess where our sarah is today. >> where? >> why are you drinking that when you spent your whole evening debached on some rooftop drinking cucumber martinis. >> at the peninsula hotel with high school friends. a cucumber martini is so good! anyway, that's the group of us. we had fun. and now i'm feeling it. this is a peach one -- or pears. who cares? let's talk about -- >> sarah is at ohio state. we have on our big competition about which college has the best spirit, and so she's been -- yesterday she was at syracuse. today she is
Sep 17, 2012 7:00am EDT
icon in the house. penny marshall, comedy legend, that's right, where she's got a new memoir about her life in front of and behind the camera entitled "my mother is nuts." >> we'll talk with penny marshall in just a little bit. >> hi, penny. >> love her. >> want to see that "l" on her shirt. >> let's go inside. tamron hall has the headlines. good morning. >> hey, everyone. violent protests in afghanistan, pakistan and indonesia against the anti-islam film that ridicules the prophet muhammad. hundreds of people in northwest pakistan set fire to a press club and government office sparking clashes with police that killed one demonstrator. >>> in afghanistan hundreds of people have been throwing rocks and burning cars on the main road leading to a u.s. military base in kabul. the protest comes one day after four american soldiers were killed in another insider attack. >>> the 18-year-old suburban chicago man accused of trying to use a weapons of mass destruction is due in federal court today. prosecutors say an undercover agent gave adel daoud a phony car bomb and watched him press the tri
Sep 30, 2012 12:30pm PDT
5% improvement at burton from 78% to 78.9, just slight increase, but at marshall, 75.6 has increased to a 77.8% graduation rate. so, since we're talking graduation, it's hard to separate that from the actual requirement. so, the board adopted a through g requirement. it is important to notice whether we're on track or not as students who are falling under that policy are going to be enjoying success. so, what i want to point out here with these three subgroups listed, african-american, latino and samoan is you see four columns after that. whether they're on track, you see a c. these are students who are getting a c or better in the a through g core sequence. that means they're taking courses for california state university or university of california eligible. so, these are students who are on track for doing that. these are our present juniors in high school right now. you'll notice that we have 2,122 students who are on track. it's not a typo. we have the exact same number of students based on sort of our best data today that are not on track. so, that means we don't have
Sep 5, 2012 9:00pm CDT
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Sep 9, 2012 12:00am PDT
. and the film star marshall is going to yoin chuck and me after the break. stay with us. we are back with chuck noris who is here to talk about a new movie. the last ounce of courage. here is a clip from it. >> if you are a muslim and want to pray to allah in the middle of the town square. by all means please, it is your right. if you are jewish you want to blow your shofar go ahead and express my admiration. but don't tell me who believe in jesus christ that we don't have the right to celebrate the day of his birth. >> joining chuck moryis me star of the movie. marshall teig. >> pleasure to be here. >> i had an opportunity to see the screening of the film earlier this summer it is a powerful movie that challenges people to understand what is happened to this country and our rights as americans to speak our minds. >> what motivated you to be a part of the project. >> faith, family and freedom. it is what the movie stands for and our right to say what is on our mind. every single person to worship as we all please and also support our military that is out there every single day making
Sep 23, 2012 10:00pm EDT
and looks marshal yanda up on him. he is feeling his way through this new defense but he has to be a little more explosive than that one. >> al: justin tucker, the rookie out of texas, trying to tack on the extra point to put baltimore in front again. and the ravens have scored three touchdowns on their last three possessions after their first three resulted in two punts and a pick. baltimore 21, new england 20. . ♪ ♪ people all over the world ♪ join hands ♪ start a love train, a love train ♪ [ male announcer ] frost brewed coors light. the world's most refreshing beer. inspiration. great power. iconic design. exhilarating performance. [ man ] ...once again has created le mans history... [ male announcer ] and once in a great while... all of the above. take your seat in the incomparable audi a8. ♪ droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning your voice ? launch cab4me. droid does. keep left at the fork. does it do turn-by-turn navigation ? droid does. with verizon, america's largest 4g lte network, and motorola, droid does. get $100 off select motorola 4g l
Sep 11, 2012 1:30pm PDT
francisco and the region. in part due to the support and resources. marshalled by mr. haring ton, city funded projects hire local workers and unite lied local contractors: business enter tried tried for puc project. >> now, this commission thereby congratulates from harening ton, staff, and p*ux, for your leadership of this agency, and forward thinking. [applause]. (people were reading from letters). [applause] >> i suppose we should do that. so moved. >> seconded. [laughter]. >> and by acclimation, i adopt it. >> [inaudible] .). thank you. okay. and we have several people who want to adds their voices to that, and we should start with mr. thomas, thank you for your patience. >> good afternoon. mr. harrington, we would like to thank you for your leadership, your aability to mentor and lead your staff in this community. first of all, when we embarked on the water system in the region, mr. harrington leaded charge for preapprentices. we went through many zip codes, making sure there's state law for apprentice unite lie station, which includeed preapprentice programs. today we have 4 comm
Sep 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
thurgood marshall. temperatures are actually exactly where they should be in terms of our seasonal highs and it's kind of mild out there now with temperatures into the 70s and low 80s, but the humidity is a big factor today. so it felt warmer than it was. it actually felt like it was into the 90s, but that is only causing instability in the atmosphere with all the humidity. here's the frontal system. tomorrow it will move its way north as a warm front. once again we'll be set up for showers and storms and with those pockets of heavy rainfall like we saw tonight and the fact the ground is already saturated i wouldn't be surprised if we see more warnings and watches in terms of flash flood conditions in some of our areas. so just be aware of that. if you're heading to the beaches tomorrow, that's another area where storms are possible, 79 to 81 degrees. here's your fox 5 accuweather seven-day forecast. you can see this unsettled pattern lasting right through into thursday. once again the remnants of isaac will push into the mid- atlantic, interact with that frontal system and we'll b
Sep 23, 2012 11:15pm EDT
number 23. >> al: on marshal yanda. >> cris: he will give it a grab. cunningham on the inside. a rushing defensive end and a tuck if you will and move him inside and get the passing ends against the guard who aren't used to seeing that kind of speed and he is back in there again. >> al: you saw that graphic last year -- a game and, tonight, a dozen. last year, 5.8 average. the decal, logo on the ravens uniforms, put there after the passing of a couple of weeks ago of art modell who brought the team over from cleveland, but left the name of the browns and records back there and restarted the franchise here in 1996. second down and 14. flacco. incomplete. mccourty is there, gregory comes over to help. another flag is thrown and intended once more for torrey smith. >> cris: that is going to get them out of the hole if that is against the patriots. those little five yard penalties but you get the first down are. >> referee: holding, defense, number 32. five-yard penalty. automatic first down. >> al: mccourty. >> cris: here we go, out here. >> al: you tell me. >> cris: wow. wow. guys,
Sep 16, 2012 12:15am EDT
hour at reagan international airport. 26 at dulles. and 24 at bwi thur goode marshal. so if you felt things moving around today, you're absolutely right. the winds were a little bit on the stronger side. the high today 78 at national. 78 at dulles. and 77 degrees at bwi. temperatures are just a couple degrees below the seasonal average. overall, it was very comfortable outside. we didn't have any humidity to deal with. that's always a good thing. currently, 55 degrees at national. 60 at quantico. and we've got 56 to the south at fredericksburg. and martinsburg at 55. 54 at winchester. 52 at gaithersburg. bwi at 59 degrees and 63 degrees at annapolis this hour. we're talking about a ridge of high pressure that will continue to build. in and sunday, we will see plenty of sunshine for you. but we got to keep an eye on a couple of systems. pushing up from the south. another one from the west. this is a pretty strong frontal system. it looks like we will see some rain gradually moving in, into the course of monday. as the day progresses, the rain chances are going to increase. i don't thi
Sep 17, 2012 7:00am EDT
couple of minutes. >> terrific story. and another icon in the house. penny marshall, comedy legend, that's right, where she's got a new memoir about her life in front of and behind the camera entitled "my mother is nuts." >> we'll talk with penny marshall in just a little bit. >> hi, penny. >> love her. >> want to see that "l" on her shirt. >> let's go inside. tamron hall has the headlines. good morning. >> hey, everyone. violent protests in afghanistan, pakistan and indonesia against the anti-islam film that ridicules the prophet muhammad. hundreds of people in northwest pakistan set fire to a press club and government office sparking clashes with police that killed one demonstrator. >>> in afghanistan hundreds of people have been throwing rocks and burning cars on the main road leading to a u.s. military base in kabul. the protest comes one day after four american soldiers were killed in another insider attack. >>> the 18-year-old suburban chicago man accused of trying to use a weapons of mass destruction is due in federal court today. prosecutors say an undercover agent gave ade
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